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Why alienate supporters from other campaigns? RP may need them at the convention.

I see no advantage is making people mad, especailly if RP may need their support in the not to distant future.

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You never convert someone you make look like a fool!

People who are pissed off or you make look like an idiot are rarely converted! For example, how many of us after this campaign would say that main stream media is fair and unbalanced? I would say I did not not really know how bad it was until I started working on this campaign. I will never resign they are fair and unbalanced nor will my child who is 4 now think that! :)

Peace

Agreed

We must orient ourselves to the fact that this is a political campaign in addition to a movement. Remember to never personally attack the men who are running, but ruthlessly attack and discuss their stance on the issues. Never get down to the personal level, it serves no purpose and it only makes both you (and Dr. Paul) look like a bunch of know-nothing bullies.

Then when the others drop out, we can educate their supporters to vote for Dr. Paul because we have taken the high road.

“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
― Albert Camus